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a search is underway for a plane that vanished after taking off from a bay area airport. what we've learned about the pilot. >> reporter: firefighters still on the scene of a stubborn fire in san carlos. we'll tell you why it was so tough put out. and the public memorial at san francisco city hall for the attacks in libya. "mornings on 2" starts now. well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori cam campbell. it's -- i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, october 16th. two people were taken who the hospital after a street
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brawl -- taken to the hospital after a street brawl. allie rasmus has more. good morning, ail lye. >> reporter: good morning. this is a busy intersection here behind us. but a few hours ago this morning, is was completely blocked 0 to traffic -- blocked off to traffic to investigate this brawl that they say involved 20 to 30 people. the witness said it was 2:00 this morning when he looked out the window and sap the people involved in the fight -- and sap the people involved in the fight. he -- saw the people involved in the fight. now, the victim was rushed to the hospital with life- threatening injuries. as the website explained to us in spanish, the people were shouting kill the guy!
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kill the guy! the victim is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries. another witness was hurt. officers don't believe the brawl was gang-related but this witness said he believes it -- was a racially-related fight. officers at the scene told us no weapons were used. this was a fistfight involving least 20 people. police have not made any arrests in connection with this assault. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. just about 7:03. a large early-morning fire in san carlos damaged one business and another business had to be evacuated. it all started about 12:30 at a restaurant supply company on washington street. you can see christien kafton is there. rathers are still trying to fig -- investigators are still trying to figure out how this started. >> reporter: the fire is out.
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but the firefighters still are on the scene monitoring for hot spots. this was a major fire early this morning. an alarm went out about 12:30 a.m. crews arrived. minutes later, they found heavy spoke coming out of the building. they got to work right away trying to put the fire out. about an hour and a half later, they were still putting out the fire. firefighters finally got that fire under control at about 2:15. the battalion chief i spoke to explained that the supply store is packed with items. that's one of the reasons why this fire was so hard to put out. >> due to the high fire storage and the contents, the extinguishment took a long time and was also very difficult. >> reporter: this 24-hour witness was damaged. we looked in the window, we could see some water damage and a fan on trying to blow the
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smoke out. coming back to the live shot, you can see the silver suv, another customer showing up at the 24-hour fitness learning they will be closed for the day. a lot of people inconvenienced here trying to fund out if they -- to find out if they can work out or not. we'll continue to stay on this story and bring you the latest details. for now we're live, christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. an unintended candle may have started a fire on shafter avenue and jennings street. everyone got out of the house safely. the fire caused minor damage. 7:05. a public memorial for chris stevens is scheduled at san francisco's city hall this afternoon. 52-year-old stevens was one of four americans killed during the september 11th attack on u.s. consulate.
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he grew up in the bay area, and graduated from piedmont high school. the memorial is scheduled at 4:30 in the city hall row ton doe. secretary of state, hilly clinton is taking responsibility for security at the u.s. consulate in benghazi. the obama administration has been criticized for denying requests for this prior to the attack. >> i take responsibility, i'm in charge of the state department, 60,000. the vice president and vice president certainly wouldn't be knowledgeable about specific decisions that are made by security officials. >> secretary clinton says she has appointed an independent panel to investigate the attack on the consulate. the "new york times" reports that the pentagon and the state department want to help the libyan government create a commando force to
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comback extremists. last month congress approved shifting about $8 million from for aid to -- $8 million for aid for this. only three weeks now left before election day. the presidential candidates hold their second debate tonight. coming up for you at 7:15. we'll take you live. we're taking you live right now. you are looking inside where they are gonna hold that town hall meeting. coming up we'll take a look at the -- at what avenue of the candidates hope to accomplish in new york. back here at home, a court- appointed montero seeing oakland police department reforms, says he's shocked by the lack -- monitor overseeing the oakland police department reforms says he's shocked by the lack of response by the
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oakland police department. a judge will decide if the oakland police department should be placed under federal control. nfl owners are expected to take a vote on the list at their meeting in chicago about where the super bowl will be. if selected, san francisco will be the host city, but the game will be played at the new 49 stadium being built right now. it would be the second super bowl. stanford hosted in 1985. a final announcement is not expected until may. 7:08. sal's been busy. he came in this morning. you are focusing on something right now, aren't you? >> absolutely. i want to let the guys in the control room let them know that i've added a few element. let's go in order here. first of all, the most serious crash, has just cleared
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northbound 101 in sunnyvale right at the lawrence expressway. it was blocking lanes for more than an hour. 101 is just a huge mess. if you are trying to get into sunnyvale, i would suggest trying to use 280 which is slow but not as bad. there's 280. it's kind of moving along. 2 does -- it does get better. if you don't have to use 101 through san jose, don't do it. it's a terrible mess because of an earlier crash. bay bridge toll plaza, we have a backup now. this is a normal delay. today is more like a 20 to 25- minute delay. san francisco. northbound 101, southbound 101. southbound 101 at cesar chavez being reported, a new noninjury crash but look at all of that slow traffic. this is not the way it normally looks. i would avoid 101 for now and go down to 280 extension. you can get it on 6th street there and use that instead
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because of this crash just popped up. cesar chavez heading southbound. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. some low clouds around and some fog. a beautiful sunrise. robin in the east bay set that -- said that. but em dorado, warm. it won't take -- el dorado, warm. it won't take long for it to warm up. high pressure is continuing to build in, flex its muscles and working out, drinking its power shakes. it's on the way. patchy fog, mainly coast and a little bit along the way. there's a breeze and there will be a lot of sun today and it will be warmer for everybody. we can see everything is lifting north. there's pretty good rain. capping some of that fog. warm air at the surface, so some of the thick fog will give away sitting near 60. it's about as mild as i've seen here. 64 travis, 55 san jose. 61 in the city.
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62 in oakland. west 14, west-southwest 12. there is still a component of an onshore breeze. if we were in the low 50s. i would say it's gonna be a push today. but it doesn't take lock -- it doesn't take long. tomorrow we get a north wind. high pressure will follow in behind that. that should take care of the fog by tomorrow. some fog out there. a lot of sun. everybody, nice to warm. thick and fog for a few. it will be warmer today. 60s, 70s, mid-70s. and a lot of low to mid-80s. tomorrow we take the jump. wednesday into thursday looks like a lot of sun. we start 0 cool -- we start a cooldown and then all signs point to a cooldown with your weekend always in view, especially sunday into early next week. a federal appeals court in washington, d.c. takes up the
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debate of a marijuana's medicinal benefits. the group is challenging the federal government's schedule 1 classification of marijuana. schedule 1 drugs are for considered -- are considered to have no accepted use. last year, the dea rejected this, saying there's no agreement among medical professials about its benefits. time about 7:12. pretty frightening moments out on the campaign trail. how two people escorting michelle obama's motorcade ended up in the hospital. and why pizza hut is offering down from the offer of free pizza for life for anyone willing to ask a certain question at the debate tonight. lysol knows the soft places we love
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some low clouds and fog out there. temperatures are very mild. it won't take temperatures long to warm up. temperatures should, 70sant 80s -- 70s -- 70s and 80s. paintings stolen at a dutch museum. still not clear how the thieves did it but it appears they literally stole the paintings right off the walls. those paintings were on loan from a private foundation. back in this country, the justice department wants a lawsuit thrown out t was filed by the republican-led house demanding that attorney general eric holder provide records about the botched investigation of gun trafficking called "fast and furious. ." the justice -- and furious."
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the justice department -- two motorcycles in ohio crashed right into each other as the first lady's motorcade headed to an airport. one state trooper and police officer were hurt in this. but their injuries are not considered life-threatening. the first lady's limousine was not involved in the crash. 7:15. we're now just three weeks away from the presidential election and tonight, president obama and mitt romney face off in their second debate. political reporter jamie dupre joins us via type from hemp stead, new york, the site of tonight's debate. so how will the town hall style change the debate? >> reporter: it will definitely
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be different, tori. compared to the other two where you just had two ditts and a moderator. this time -- candidates and a moderator. this time there will be about 80 so-called people asking questions. they will be in the audience right there on stage with the two candidates and they will be the ones asking most of the questions tonight. so it won't be your usual kind of situation because of that tori, a lot of experts believe this is a difficult situation for either candidate. you cannot go it extremely negative and really lash out at the other person simply because you have these voters away -- voters a few feet agray this you and. round 2 of this debate, very, very important we saw how much the poms have moved. not only nationally but in key
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states. >> absolutely. so a lot of people saying the president really needs to be more assertive because of the town hall format with the voters there, it's really a fine line that he has to walk. >> it's more of a fine line. it's more of an invisible line and what may seem okay to you, to somebody else it might seem like too much. there are a lot of other people who felt like this was a little bit over the top. so sometimes how you come down on this also is sort of exposed by what side of the football you are. in terms of what team you are rooting for. for the most part as we talked about before, a lot of these debates come out of a muddle where both sides declare victory and move on. there's new polls that show romney pushing up in a series of states so -- so a lot of at
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stake tonight. >> what about the moderator, candy crowley? there's been some -- she said she doesn't want to be a prop. >> reporter: this is sort of interesting, the two campaigns signed a deal that said the moderator would facilitate the audience. candy says if need be she should step in or rephrase the question or try to get a petter -- better answer. i've known candy for years. she's actually one of my neighbors. i think the world of her. i think she will go to a -- she will do a good job. i don't care if she does, there's people that will be not very pleased with what she does. to me if i were in her shoes, i would be doing exactly that. there might be some questions
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that need a little fallout, it will be interesting to see what happens. thank you. >> you can find a link to jamie's washington insider blog on our website, go to pull down the news menu bar and go to our politics page. time -- time now, 7:19. pizza away -- pizza hut backing away from a promotion it announced a week ago. it's about the debate tonight. they had been offering one free pizza a week for up to 30 years for anyone who would ask president obama or mitt romney if they referred sausage or pepperoni pizza during the debate. that stunt triggered a lot of bad publicity. so pizza hut has moved the promotion on line and now that contestant will be randomly selected to win that pizza. several bay area areas are
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offering viewing parties. one is at the balboa theater and in burlingame, and then at uc berkeley in moses hall. residents in oakland are not too happy about a safeway expansion project. and tonight they will voice their concerns about the city council. this past july, the planning commission approved a project to replace the store with a two- story building. opponents say the expansion will increase traffic and hurt local business. time now, 7:21. our weather -- interesting. you look out our window. we have patches of fog. look at the golden gate bridge. don't worry. they won't last. where the fog is the thickest and where it will burn off. mini house now more tray -- portrayed as a high fashion
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that's mini malala yousufzai. critics -- minnie mouse. this controversy over disney characters and barney's electric campaign, minnie mouse right there and daisy duct are predicted in 5'11" and size 0 frames and they are wearing designer clothing. some people are outraged over the message is sends. >> our girls tell us about the pressures of being thin and beautiful is -- is just another pressure that weighs on them
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heavily. >> an on-line petition to leave mini house alone has -- mini house alone has -- mini house alone has -- minnie mouse alone has several online signatures. not getting enough rest can harm fat cells and sleep deprivation can reduce the ability of fat cells to respond to hormones and that could eventually lead to type ii diabetes. 7:25. sal is back. we need to get you to where you need to go. but the south bay, what's happening now. >> we had the earlier crash. northbound 101, that crash that was in sunnyvale is finally being cleared. but 101 is a huge mess. crawling along in the
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sunnyvale. 280 is slow through downtown. it gets better once you pass highway 17. 85 a lot of people heard about the crash. that's slow from before 87 all the way up to cupertino of the there's really not a good alternate -- cupertino. there's not relay good alternate. they are all so crowded. i want to show you the traffic on 880 hayward is gonna be slow and then contra costa county, kind of the typical slow traffic also in walnut hill and pleasanton. this area, not as bad as yesterday. this morning in san francisco, southbound 101 and westbound 80vy slow because of a crash on southbound 101 as you head down to caesar -- 80 very slow because of a crash on southbound 101, as you head down to cesar chavez.
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let's go to steve. too much of a breeze for a lot of position. but there's still some patches of fog. it will burn off by probably 9:00. blue skies above. beautiful sunrise if you don't like the fog. the temperatures, everyone is talking about how mild it is already. 50s, and 60s t won't take long to tart -- 60s. it won't take long to see the temperatures warm up. it will be warmer today. no doubt about it wednesday into thursday. some fog in the morning, a lot of sun. 60, 70s and 80s, temperatures continue to work their way up. so until that turns westerly. still pretty nice on friday. but then temperatures come down fast on the weekend. tori and dave? >> thank you, steve. violence overnight in the north bay. what neighbors saw just moments before a man was shot and how
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it could help police find a suspect. >> reporter: a cardiac -- a coast guard search underway for a small plane missing. where it was headed and who is on board. >> let's go giants! >> the giants won big at home last night. so what's next for the team and up next, one of their most popular players hurt last night. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter.
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brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. navaz hurd: a smaller class size. navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. prop 38 is an opportunity of a generation. is
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7:30. the coast guard is searching for a missing pilot who may have crashed sortly after taking off in half mooney an experimental -- half moon bay in an experimental plane. alex savidge is live to let us know where the coast guard is focusing its search. >> reporter: good morning, tori. this small single engine airplane fell off the radar shortly after takeoff yesterday. the thought is, it may have gone down in the ocean, the half moon bay airport is right there on the coast. the coast guard has become involved in the search. they are trying to find the plane and the 75-year-old pilot on board at the controls. this morning we talked with a petty officer at the coast guard island station here in leamed for an update on the -- in last-minute for an update on the -- in leamed for an update
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on the search. here is a foe to the plane miss- - here is photo of the plane here. the pilot, andrew haden. he was on the only person on board. coast guard said he was flying in florida. he was supposed to land in arizona for the first leg of his trip. that's when his wife got worried, when he didn't show up, and called authorities. the pilot suggests that he could still be arrive if he went down in the ocean. >> we do rescue people. we're searching to find him and hope he's alive and okay. that's our hope route now. >> reporter: the coast guard has been searching since about midday. the two ships in the water, but later on this morning, they do plan to launch their c-130 airplane once the fog clears up there along the san mateo
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county coast. that plane is much larger and can search a larimer area of the ocean for sign -- a larger area of the ocean for wreckage. again, they are suggesting he probably didn't get too far from the airport before he went down. back to you. >> thank you. in overnight news, one man is in the hospital and a suspect is on the loose after a shooting in west santa rosa. police say a man was shot in the stomach around 9:00 last night at the redwood park apartments on pino road. a neighbor reported seeing at least two people kicking a man on the ground, then shots were fired. police have issued a county- wide search for the suspect last seen driving a 2012 jeep. today marks seven months since sierra lamar disappeared. she vanished on hemp way to school and then days later, her -- on her way to school and then days later her cell phone
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and clothing was found. authoritying believe she's dead and antolin garcia has been charged with her murder and kidnapping. there will be a fund-raiser tonight at kimoma restaurant starting at 5:00. meanwhile, the woman using her 10-year-old daughter to shoplift is due in court. she allegedly told her daughter to shoplift from a morgan hill grocery store. the woman was later arrested in nevada and faces felony commercial burglary charges. there's more fallout for a massachusetts company linked to a deadly meningitis outbreak. steroid shots from the new england compounding center are linked to 214 cases in 15 states and 15 deaths. now, the food and drug administration says it's
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identified a patient with possible meningitis who received another product from the pharmacy. the fda says fungus injections have been reported in two transplant patients given a heart solution made by the pharmacy. the man known for stepping into tense situations is now targeting the -- tackling the san bruno pipeline explosion. he's meditating talks between california regulators an pg&e over who is financially liable for the explosion. judges from the public utilities commissions say mediator talks are the best way to solve. the city of richmond could ask -- could ask for a resolution asking chevron to
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volunteer a compensation package. he says it's too early to speculate how big the package should be but the company owes something to the city. he says he might not introduce the resolution tonight if he gets a chance to talk to the company before hand. the parents of a woman killed in a party bus accident in los gatos filed a complaint against the bus -- the bus company and its owner. the 5-year-old woman was killed back in july -- the 25-year-old woman was killed back in july when the door opened. investigators say nolan fell out of the bus and was run over. the lawsuit claims the party bus of santa cruz and its owner neglected safety standards. several shootings in oakland left six people shooting -- wounded within six hours. police say two men were walking out of a liquor store near brookdale and coolidge when they were shot. one of the victims was set --
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is said to be in critical condition that injured four people yesterday. no arrests have been made in any of those cases -- it was the -- it was the 100th homicide of the year in oakland. police say the victim was walking by himself on hilton street near 57th avenue and he was shot. more than 56 million social security recipients just fond out how much their monthly payment also go up next year. social security payments will go up 1.7% in january. this number is tied to inflation. it's also one of the smallest increases since 1975. a huge share of campaign donations for governor jerry brown's proposition 30 has come
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from businesses that don't necessarily have a direct connection to the initiative. employee unions have given their monetary support. but business groups -- groups that normally don't contribute to tax-phasing measures are also backing the initiative. prop 30 raises taxes on people making $250,000 or more for seven years. 7:37, well baseball's national league championship series moves to st. louis. the giants tied it up one game apiece for the 7-1 victory game at home tonight. if there's one play -- cardinals's out fielder slid matt holliday slid hard into mark scutaro. that hurts. and then in the fourth, scutaro
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hit a home run. the giants went on to win, 7-1 and the fans went home happy. >> they were the giants that they were supposed to be. it was amazing. it was just electric. the fans, the stadium. it was incredible. amazing. >> it was amazes, ser to -- it was amazing, tori. >> yeah. >> now, scutaro's x-rays on his hip were negative but he's expected to have an mri today. game, that's tomorrow afternoon and you can see it right here on ktvu channel 2. our coverage starts at 123:30, the first pitch -- 12:30, the first pitch just after 1:00. we want to see your giants' playoff pictures. i know you have them. you can e-mail them to you can also post them on the ktvu facebook page or tweet us at ktvu. >> it was kind of hard not --
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going down to the 9th inning and threatening a -- >> yeah. less check in with sal -- let's check in with sal. very slow coming up through downtown san jose. although it's getting better. they had an earlier crash in sunnyvale that blocked several lanes. at one point, all of the lanes were blocked. people have heard about the crash. they are using 280 instead. 208 northbound. we also have a look at that. this is 280 right through downtown san jose. it will be slow all the way into cupertino. i just want to show up the bigger view on the maps. 85 at the bottom of your screen as people have heard about the crash and they are using all of the freeways. so the only good news is the lanes are all open everywhere and traffic is still very
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heavy. let's take a look apartment the live pictures that we have. i think -- we're done. i went the wrong way. let's tack a look at the weather. >> you're done? >> for this report. >> scared me there, sal. some fog. now, yesterday, as you know, it was widespread. there's still some areas of fog. generally it forms around 7:00 to 8:30 and then by 9:00 it should start to disappear. i think you probably noticed how mild and warm its it -- warm it was. spweather, the best way to get in touch with me on twitter. >> we do have a westerly breeze. west-southwest 12. sfo didn't have any breeze at all. they had really thick fog. that's not the case so far. but there are areas where it is starting to form and can an little thick. some fog nice. a little warmer today, tomorrow
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is the key. it looks like a north wind will kick in. this is one of those days where sonoma, st. helena could all be the same. 82 kentfield. benicia. our observer said no wind, but mostly clear, 86 pittsburgh. 75 oakland. 85 livermore. 84 morgue be hill. sunnyvale, fremont. 78. 79 woodside, 80 palo alto. right at -- right at stanford. 75 in the city. it will be warmer even wednesday and thursday. i think the fog gets chewed up by the weekend. >> thank you, steve. president obama and republican presidential candidate mitt romney will debate tonight in new york and romney will try to build on some of the big gains he made after the first presidential debate. as alison burns reports, they will both bat toll increase their popularity among women voters. >> reporter: posts show that
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mitt romney saw a search in support among women voters after their the -- ash the last debate. so at the last town hall debate, president obama is expected to make a big fly try to win back their support. his campaign says he will emphasize how romney's policies could affect women. move on, the group, relationed -- released this ad to try to boost support for president obama. >> i want to talk to you about women. >> and about mitt romney. >> mitt romney is for ending funding to planned parenthood, including cancer screenings. >> reporter: while mitt romney took time off the campaign trail to prepare for the debate, his wife led a women for mitt rally. >> i loved the last debay. any -- debate. any of you had a chance to win that? >> reporter: one of the president's aides went on cnn and said he's feeling energized
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for the debate. mitt romney won the coin toys. he gets to answer the first question. alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >> you can watch the debate live here on it starts at 6:00. a special edition of the news will air immediately following the debate. new had -- new this morning, the reception for employees who are back on the job after a two-year lockout.
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citigroup, stock up slightly following the sudden departure of its ceo. the dow is up 114. nasdaq is up 16. s&p up 10. san jose-based paypal is responding to rumors of layoffs. as many as 400 jobs could be cut from the staff of 13,000 employees. they sent us a statement saying plans are underway to strengthen and simplify how it cre its -- creates projects. it's discussed with employees how this could affect jobs. the department of justice in april sued apple, amazon and five publishers for allegedly fix, the price of ebooks.
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some amazon customers could receive a credit of 32 cents to $1. your time now is now -- your time now is -- your time is now 7:37. the port of oakland maritime director, james kwon, claims he was conducting business at the treasure strip club in houston. kwon wrote on the receipt saying it was a dinner reception for 12 people. the railroad says it has no word of any executives being in houston at that time. ktvu found even more questionable expenses. what about $500 at a barbershop in tie san jose did you know about it? >> i'm not aware of that
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expense. >> reporter: how about $00 -- >> that's all -- >> reporter: how about $300 -- >> that's all i can say. >> a high-end restaurant, a massage parlor, golf outings, golf shoes were other purchases. now, first amendment lawyers are telling ktvu that last night's meeting may well have violated state law and could be subject to an investigation by the district attorney. the court mission reportedly called the first -- the court commission reportedly called the first meeting under the false premise of pending litigation. instead we're told that a $400 officer hon crisis individual was brought -- -- we're told
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that a $400 an hour crisis individual was hired. affordable healthcare wax the main issue. also for the long-term employees, seniority. >> the union and the club have already held four meetings since the lockout ended but it still has not agreed on terms or the payment of back wages. the next meet something scheduled for october 24th. for some just the word engineering can be intimidating especially for young girls. pam cook is in our studio now to tell us about one young local girl working hard to change that, right?
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>> it's a great story about a stanford engineer who had very few female classmates. in fact, only about 11% of engineers are women. debbie sterling of san francisco thinks that's terrible. >> she realizes they started out very young. there's bob the builder, thomas the train. always all of these male characters, nothing for girls. >> introducing goldie blocks that girls read and follow along with the foe male engineer. depp -- female engineer. debbie talks about why it is so important for girls to build. >> engineers are the fastest-
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growing jobs in the u.s. >> in our next hour, we'll tell you what's next for debbie and goldie blocks and the very interesting website that's helping to make all of this happen. nine minutes before 8:00. negotiations are set to resume today over the nhl lockout. what team owners want from the players as the work stoppage enters its second month.
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well, the lockout of nhl has reached five weeks. today the nhl commissioner an -- and the union are scheduled
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to resume -- to resume -- to resume talks. so far, 82 nhl games have been canceled through next week. 7:54. we want to check in again with sal, keeping a -- keying an eye on the south bay commute. >> it's very slow because of earlier problems. i want to mention that 280 is still very slow up into cupertino. we still think that's a better option. i want to show you how crowded the south bay is. 101 is backed up to the expressway. 85 may be a decent alternate. i would not recommend 101. 80 is very slow from hayward to fremont. let's go to steve. yesterday in san jose, we couldn't even see anything.
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today there's sunshine. there's still plenty out there. i mean, mainly coast and parts of the bay. but once it burns off, it will be mostly sunny and warmer. re-- really, really mild. most of the higher clouds havetryied north. our observer ronald thompson, very thick fog. i mean already mid-60s for some. fairfield, 65. it's warm for this time and you can see the higher clouds thinning out. so overall, 60s, 70s and 80s. i think tomorrow is the main day for the warmup as we get a north wind. temperatures could set records on thursday. cooler as we head into the weekend. 7:56. well, a new chick fill -- well, will a new chick-fil-a restaurant open up in mountain view? we may find out today. >> reporter: san francisco police are investigating a brawl that shut down an entire intersection for hours.
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good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. it's tuesday, it's october 16th. overnight one person was seriously hurt in san francisco's mission district during a wild street brawl just hours ago. allie rasmus live at 16th and va len seepia now. you have talked to a witness. what did they say, aley? >> reporter: was a brawl involving anywhere from 20 to 0 people. this is 16th and valencia -- 20 to 30 people. this is 16th and va seia -- valencia. one person was seriously hurt in the fight. he went to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. according to the witness, the victim was the so fuss -- was the focus of the fight. it appeared he was being
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attacked by several people at once. when the fight appeared to be over, a taxi pulled up and several people who had been fighting jumped in and took off. >> that man explained to us in spanish that the taxi didn't stop. it said it looked like the guy -- officers at the scene say they don't believe it was a gang-related fight but the witness we talked to said because of the type of profanity, he believes this was a racially motivated fight between english-speaking latinos and spanish-speaking immigrants. officers told us no weapons were used. this was a fistfight involving anywhere from 20 to 30 people and police have not made any arrests in decks with this assault. an early-morning fire is under investigation in san car lease t was first reported just
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after 12:0 at a restaurant supply store on washington street. christien kafton is more on the damage and why this was a hard fire to fight. >> they are still trying to figure out exactly how much damage was done here. the deputy chief from san carlos fire, just arrived here on the scene. if you can tell us why you are here. why it's so important to monitor the situation here. >> right now, based upon the amount of loading in the building with materials for the business, it would take us quite a while to overhaul. the investigation has slowed down to look at the cause. >> when you say loading, you are talking about the amount of items that were inside of this warehouse. that makes it tough to fight but it also provides areas where embers can hide and re- ignite the fire. with that much material inside a building which isn't
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uncommon, we have to take it apart piece by piece and get the -- and get the cause accurate. >> any idea what caused this fire? is it suspicious. >> it's not suspicious but it is -- but it is still under investigation. >> reporter: okay. fire crews are now on the scene. now that the sun is up, we are gating a better look at this. firefighters -- firefighters say a lot of this happened at the back of the warehouse. this moving, it was a imagine off fire here. crews arrived minute here to find heavy smoke coming out of the building. an hour and a half later, they were still fighting that fire. firefighters finally got it under control at about 2:15 a.m. as you heard the battalion chief explain early. it's a supply store. so it's backed -- it's packed with items. that's one of the reasons why they are still on scene.
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the fire forced the evacuation of a 24-hour fitness next sore. we saw water damage and a fan blowing there. we spoke with the staff at that 24-hour fitness and they say they will be foesed -- they will be closed at least today. we see a steady stream of people comening and going, trying to figure out if the gym is open. the word is filtering out that, in fact, the 24-hour fitness here right next to the san carlos restaurant supply will be closed for the day. christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. an unintended candle may have started a fire on shafter avenue and jennings street at a house. everyone got out of the home safely. 8:03. well, president obama and mitt romney face off tonight in the second of their three debates. in fact, we're keeping -- this is the live -- this is the live picture. this is where the debate will
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be held tonight. this is the debate hall at hofstraist in new york. a lot of busyness going on on the floor. coming up at 8:15, the techniques the candidates will each try to use too take advantage of tonight's town hall -- town hall style format for the debate. five of the -- five of the 11 defendants in the september 11th attacks will be in court today. government lawyers want the tribunal to keep the men from what happening -- the men from -- to keep the men from talking about what happened to them while in prison. there are reports that dozens of inmates had escaped from prison in tripoli, libya.
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the number, 120. the guards are suspected of accepting bikes. secretary of state, hillary clinton is taking responsibility for the security at the benghazi where four americans were killed, including chris stevens. secretary clinton says she alone is responsible for the 60,000 employees of the state department around the world. the obama administration has been accused of denying requests for more security at the benghazi consulate prior to the attack. a public memorial for chris stevens is scheduled at san francisco's city hall this afternoon. the 52-year-old stevens brew up in the bay area -- grew up in the bay area and graduated -- and graduated from uc berkeley. the mountain view city council is expected to hear two appeals tonight of a decision
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to allow a chick-fil-a restaurant to open. the one appeal claims noise and air pollution will negatively affect the people who live near the proposed site. there is another appeal that says the drive-thru will lead to more collisions between cars and bicyclists. chick-fil-a has created a lot of controversy after the ceo spoke out against gay marriage. a three-judge panel struck down a similar phone book orie conditions that seattle, ruling that phone books are protected speech under the first amendment. a pilot program to keep unwanted phone books from being delivered in san francisco was scheduled to begin in may. a trade group sued to overcome that law. i want to check in with sal. it's bun a busy tuesday. what are things like on highway 4. highway 4 is gonna be slow. contra costa county, even
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though we haven't had any major things going on there. it's still been slow. it's been slow in anty okay, bay point, and concord on 680 and then moderately heavy between 24 and walnut creek and oakland. and taking a look at the commute here at the bay bridge toll plaza, that's a pretty big delay here at the toll plaza. no major problems. we talked about highway 4 and 680, i want to move the maps down to the south bay where the 101 has been ridiculous. in fact, it's slow from capital expressway all the way up to sunnyvale. 85 and 280 are taking a beating but i would still not be on 101. steve? >> sal? >> it's not as foggy as it was yesterday, is it? >> not as. yesterday we were doing the fog dance. david stayed it was clear in golden gate park and then here comes the fock.
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same thing, pacifica. everyone has the same message -- it's really mild up. knicks week, forecast models -- next week, forecast models are saying big changes. sewer looks like it. everyone says sunny and normal. the fog, you can't see it here but it's there. very low to the deck. some of that visibility is awful. the temperatures are near 6 a degrees -- 60 degrees what's -- what's inrand -- what's inland -- the west wind is still in place look at the lows, 60s, upper 50s. coast, bay, inland, it doesn't matter. there is a little bit of a breeze here. that's a westerly breeze. but by tomorrow, everything
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will turn north-northeast. next week could be a cold and rainy week. we'll see. this week is warming up. maybe some record highs as we get to thursday. a lot of os. mendocino county, lake county. i've had some rain up to fort bragg to cretent city, two and a third. brookings oregon had some rain. >> we start to turn things around on friday and then we soo -- see a big drop in the temperatures as we get to the weekend. hurricane paul is now a category 2 storm.
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the national hurricane center expects the storm to get better. it's expected to bypass areas like los cabos and la paz but shelters have been set up as a precaution. forecasters say paul should weaken to a tropical storm tomorrow. halloween is expected to be a big hit this year with spending expected to be higher than recent years. the national retail federation reports that higher consumer spending offers a -- >> i think the economy -- i think it's starting to get better and spending money a lot easier than last year. >> americans are projected to spend the record $8 billion for the spooky hall low -- holiday this year. will hire 50,000
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temporary workers at their fulfillment centers nationwide. they say thousands of those hires will become permanent. macy's will add about 80,000 people. toys 'r' us said they are -- says they will need about 45,000. it's facebook employees against a facebook political action employee. where the money is going.
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still some fog out there, really mild out there. once the fog disappears, it will be sunny side up and mild to warm. 70s and 80s. 8:13. british authorities have blocked the extradition of a british computer hacker here to the united states. jerry mckinnon is used -- is accused of going on an electronic rampage, allegedly wreaking -- breaking into sensitive networks at the u.s. military and a space station back in 2001 and 2002. he claims he did it because he was trying to find evidence of alien life. now, his extradition was block the over -- blocked over concerns about his mental health. fighting for funds after
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the 2001 attacks. the james adrago health and compensation act set aside more than $4 billion in federal help for those first responder and construction workers. they could lose about $38 million in benefits with january budget cuts. the activists they want congress to protect the funds. joe biden is scheduled to attend the funeral of arlen specter. specter died from complications from -- of complications from nonhodgkins lymphoma. he spent 30 years in the senate. president obama has ordered flags to be flown at half staff. and george mcgovern has entered hoss poss care in -- entered hospice care. he lost to richard nexten in
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the 1972 -- nixon in the 1972 election in a landscape. he represented south dakota in the u.s. senate from 1963 to 1981. 8:15. well the presidential election is exactly three weeksaway. the stakes are high for president obama and his republican challenger, mitt romney. rene marsh is in hemp stead new york where the debate will be held to -- will be held to tell us about the strategies. >> reporter: the strategy will be talking to that audience directly. the audience in the hall as well as all of those viewers watching. you know that this is a crucial debate tonight, simply because this race is as tight as it is. what will be different is that the questions will come from the undecided voters in the audience. going into the second
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presidential debate, mitt romney has momentum on his side. >> his campaign is about smaller and smaller things and our campaign is about bigger and bigger crowds fighting for a bright future. >> reporter: just weeks ago, president obama held a substantial lead but the latest polls show the race nearly deadlocked. the prod is hoping to step up his game after his weak debate performance in denver. >> he knew when he walked up that stage and epalso knew as he -- and he also knew as he watched the tape of that debate he has to be more energetic. >> reporter: he's been preparing in williamsport making a brief performance on sunday. >> it's going great. >> reporter: his advisers say he will be more aggressive hitting back on issues such as romney's tax returns and time at bain capital and will be more intent on fact checking. romney's camp says that won't be enough. >> the president can change his
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style and tactics. he can't change his record and policies. and that's what this election is back. >> reporter: the moderator says the format could keep both candidates from becoming overly aggressive. >> it's very hard to become overet heated when -- overheated when answering a question from a nice young woman or young man who asks a town hamm woman. >> reporter: neither man is here at the campus of hofstra university. we know the reporters did spot the president. he says he's feeling fabulous he was on his way to a debate session. but tonight, crucial for both men and really the advantage goes to whenever man is able to best connect to -- is able to best connect to the audience. >> you can watch the debate live right here on channel 2 and, of course, at our chan.
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website, it all begins at 6:00 p.m. a special edition of ktvu news will air immediately after the debate. 8:18. a cnn money review of federal records show facebook gave $140,000 to republicans and 127,000 in democrats through the end of last month. but facebook workers gave democrats more than double what they donated to republicans. two san francisco supervisors have withdrawn their endorsement of district five candidate julian davis amid groping allegations. sf weekly reports that supervisors david campos and john ai have lows withdrew their support of touching her beneath her clothing and a -- at a campaign party six years ago. davis says he was overly
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forward at the party but never made physical adianses and he says the -- physical advances. he also says this ad is politically motivated. well, today, the 9th circuit court of appeals in san francisco will hear arguments in a legal challenge to california's regulations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. last year, a federal judge in fresno ruled the regulations were unconstitutional. the judge found the california rules violent the federal commerce clause because they reach across state borders an
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discriminate. the state's goal is to reduce greenhouse admissions to 1990 levels by the year 2020. the mystery surrounding a giant eyeball found on a florida beach has been solved. this softball-sized eye was found last wednesday by a man walking on the beach. last week, wildlife experts said it is most likely from a swordfish. they say because of the condition it is in, it looks like a fisherman cut the eye out and threw it back in the ocean. the previous theory was the eye was from a giant squid. >> that was tough for you to do that. well, two law enforcement agencies right at the center of a federal lawsuit right no -- federal lawsuit right now, what two officers are accused of doing with confidential information. good morning. southbound 101, traffic, busy in marin. although it's not usually busy from novato to san rafael,
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two alameda county law enforcement agencies are being named in a $3 million lawsuit. ryan rim lcox is on leave accused of helping -- ryan silcocks is on paid leave for
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helping a woman woman with records trying to get custody of her kid. >> the pleasanton police department and a k-9 officer is accused of forwarding private information used in the case. the family of an oakland high school student shot and killed by an oakland police officer, they will be holing a news conference later today. the family of alan blueford will respond to the decision of the leamed district attorney. the district attorney's office says the police officer had reason to believe blueford posed a threat.
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now, blueford's family has already filed a wrongful death lawsuit. they are planning a rally on november 10th. 8:25. let's go back to sal. still big commute problems in the south bay. >> that's right, dave. we've had a lot of slow traffic in the santa clara valley because of a much earlier crash. northbound 101 is a mess. let's start with 280. they are using 280 instead. the traffic there on 280 is very, very slow. i want to look at the maps here because i want to show you how slow it is. it's backed up nearly down to 85. that's the longest backup i've seen in a long time on 101. i would not recommend using it. 85 has been slow and we showed you 280. it will be a tough drive. morning -- moving along to 880, we have a lot of slow traffic there. concord to pleasant hill to
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walnut creek. the toll plaza of the bay bridge, that traffic is very slow this morning. let's go to steve. all right. well, you remember the band flock of seagulls, we have one member with us right now. he's hanging out with us. it will be a day not for the birds. he's grounded a little bit. the -- get that itch there. get it. there's a guy on twitter named at&t seagull. i haven't heard from him in a while. we'll see if he tweets me. we have mostly sunny skies. but we also have to some fog. 50s an 60s. we're setting up here today and then -- 50s and 60s. most of the higher clouds will disappear. some of it is very thick but kind of dancing around a little bit. nothing like yesterday but still plenty to go around here. by 9:00, 9:30 i think most of it is gone.
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8:30. happening right now, the coast guard's out there searching for a missing pilot who may have crashed shortly after taking off at half moon bay. alex savidge has been on the story since 4:30. you are at the coast guard station in alameda. what's the latest. what do you know right now, alex? >> reporter: well, dave, at this point, they haven't found nep signs of the meckage -- wreckage here. a 75-year-old pilot is at the controls of this single-enjing, per mental aircraft -- sinning- engine experimental aircraft. we got an update from the coast guard. they have two vessels searching for signs of wreckage.
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this is the type of plane that's missing. an aero-pro. this is not the plane involved here. so the pilot, andrew haden, was the openly person on board. his wife got worried when he didn't make it home. she got worried and called authorities. >> according to the radar information that he's in the half moon bay area and then -- that's the information we have to go on and that's why we're searching that area right now pretty thoroughly. >> reporter: the coast guard tells me their survivability models do suggest he could be still be alive -- he could still be alive even if his plane went down in the ocean. they plan to launch a plane
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that can cover a much bigger area. they plan to do that along -- as soon as the fog clears along the coast. alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:32. a marin county teenager will stand trial on charges of attempted murder and other charges. the judge ruled yesterday there is enough evidence for 18-year- old max wade to stand trial. his alleged crime spree started last year when police say he stole celebrity chef guy fieri's lamborghini. then in april, police say wade fired shots at two teenagers causing minor injuries. the trial date has not been set as of yet. two san francisco supervisors are introducing legislation that would cre state a -- that would create a domestic violence policy for city and county employees. the announcement comes days
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after ross mirkarimi's suspension from office took effect. he was suspended as sheriff after bruising his wife's arm during an argument. epmay still face a recall. a court-ain't pointed monitor -- court-apointed monitor overseeing oakland police reform says he's shocked by the lack of progress. robert warshaw says the police want took a step back on one. important tasks of creating a monitoring system to track officers engaging in bad behavior. it's 8:34. we may find out today if san francisco will be one of the cities in the running to host the super bowl in 2016 or 2017. nfl owners are meeting in chicago, they are expected to take a vote on the list when they do meet. if selected san francisco would be the host city but the game itself would be played at the
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new 49ers stadium. built in santa clara. it would be the second bay area super bowl. you may remember stanford hosted the game back in 1985. a final announcement is not expected until may. well, new this morning, bay area native and new nba star jeremy lin, he's now on the cover of a national magazine. the november issue of gq hits newsstands in one week and he talks about racism in the magazine, playing overseas and also meeting hillary clinton. jeremy lin grew up in palo alto. he was undrafted out of -- out of harvard and became a phenomenon this year with the knicks. he signed a contract with the houston rockets. the san francisco giants are now heading to st. louis after a 7-1 win in game two of the national league championship series. that series is now tied at one
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game apiece. one of the big stories of game two happened in the first inning. the cardinals' matt holliday slid hard at mark scutaro at second base. he went down. he hit a single that brought in three runs after matt holliday made that error in left field. scutaro was taken out of fat im- - of the game. >> i really don't think he hit dirt until he hit the bag. it's a shame somebody got hurt because of this. >> after the game matt holliday said in hindsight he says he wished he hadly earlier. game -- wished he had slid earlier. >> our coverage begins at 12:30, right after the news at noon. first pitch right at 1:00.
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federal money may help save a plan to provide help for low- income youth in san francisco. later this month, the metropolitan commission will take a vote on whether to allocate $15 million to programs that introduce new riders to public transit. the agency could get $7 million of the money and with the funds available for the youth program. it could be up and running by next year. well the $15 million contract between marin county and the golden gate bridge district is in jeopardy. the contract was restrewed yesterday and officials are concerned that the document stakes away some of their flexibility the bridge -- takes away some of the bridge distric serve. 8:37. busy tuesday morning. let's check in with sal. right now, we do have a lot
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of busy traffic all over the place. not just one place anymore. i want to show you that northbound 101 and northbound 280 -- 208 and 85. all of these freeways are really busy. it's been a terrible morning in the santa clara valley. 101 is the worst. if you are waiting for someone or you are going to a meeting or something, you need to leave the house early or you need to expect people to be behind schedule today. let's take a look at 880 northbound in oakland. we have slow traffic there as well trying to get up past high street up to 23rd and to a crowded bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up not as bad as it was yesterday but it's a 25- minute delay. let's go to steve. it's already showing signs of burning off. after 9:00, most of it starts to disappear. most of it coast and bay. the big news, it will be sunny and we'll get a rapid warm up
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for about two, three days. the next couple of days look very warm. some thick fog around the coast -- around the coast and bay. 50s and 60s. the lows -- the lows are the warmest i've seen in a long time. a little bit more of a westerly breeze. it looks like that will happen tomorrow once the system in the pacific northwest goes by. everything continues to come in as advertised. a warm week coming up. more so, i think on wednesday and then definitely thursday but then after that, it starts to go down again. the temperatures, let's get the fog back. today some of that thick fog will give way to sunshine for
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everybody. 60s and 70s and 80s very lowe's close here. it doesn't matter how far inland. it will be about 10 -- about a 10-degree spread. 60s, 70s, coast and bay and in the city and in the peninsula, upper 70s and low 80s as well. warmer weather takes over thursday and friday. that will be the warmest day. it looks like weather highs. we'll see the temperatures drop rapidly, especially sunday into monday. tina fey and amy poulter are joining forces again. they will hold the -- host the 70 golden globe awards. they previously worked together on "saturday night live." they also starred in "baby momma" and "mean girls." 8:40. the company that manufacture's apple's i-phone says underaged
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interns have been found in the factory in china. in some cases, they were as young as 14. the min ma'am age to work in chine -- the minimum age to work in china is 16 years old. enrique decastro has been named yahoo's new chief operating officers. decastro will report to marissa meyer who is back on the job after a two-week maternity leave. the results of the coin toss, which presidential candidate in tonight's debate will get the first question?
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low expectations led to big earnings. taking a -- taking a live look
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at the big board, the dow is up 116. the nasdaq is up 30. s&p up 12. 8:44. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following four you right now. an overnight street brawl in san francisco's mission district is under investigation. one man was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. a second man was also hurt but not as seriously. all of this happened at 16th and valencia streets about 2:00 a.m. so far, no arrests have been made. well, this afternoon at 4:30, there will be a public memorial service at san francisco's city hall for chris stevens. among four americans killed in that attack on the consulate in libya. ahead of. and president obama has won
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the coin toss. le get to answer the first question tonight in the debate. alison burns has more. >> reporter: and dave, we let's take a look at mitt romney arriving in new york. he has the momentum going into tonight's debate. and here's president obama leaving the williamsburg resort where he's been preparing for the past few day us of the debate at hofstra university will be a town hall style format. the president's aides say he will be more energid after what critics called a -- energized after what critics called a lackluster performance last time around. >> after his last performance, he's undoubtly going to seek that. >> mitt romney has seen a surge in the polls, most notely in key swing states but a pew poll shows president obama is still favored to win tonight. alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. and we have some new video
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to show you -- to show you. about four minutes ago we saw president obama boarding air force one. he's headed to new york. this is virginia. he's been working with his advisers preparing for a debate at williamsburg, virginia. as you know, mitt romney was preparing r to the debate in boston tonight. tonight, they will be at hofstra for a town hall style 'debate. 8:46. a huge share of business, have given their support. but business groups that that normally don't contribute to tax-raising measures are backing the initiative. they say the state's dire fiscal situation is at greater risk than at the -- than the impact of raising taxes.
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prop 30 raises income taxes on those earning $250,000 more for seven years. the parliament unveiled a budget with the biggest tax hikes yet under the count's -- country and bailout program. about 2,000 protesters rallied in lisbon yesterday. by some estimates it will amount to one-month salary. in about ten minutes from now, workers from pleasanton's castlewood country club, they will report to work after walking the picket line. they started to protest at 6:15. today is their first day back on the -- back on the job. in august a judge ruled the lockout was illegal and that the workers had to be reinstated and paid backwages. however, they are still trying to work out a new contract. >> affordable healthcare was
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the main issue and also for the long-term employees, holding onto our seniority. well, the union and country club have held four meetings. they haven't agreed on terms. the next meeting is set for october 24th. it is 8:48. move over, bob the builder, there is a new engineer and she's hopes to change the way girls look at toys and possibly they envision their future. pam cook is here now with her story. >> her name is goldie blocks and there is a real female engineer here in san francisco who wants young girls to meet her. debbie sterling wants to see more female colleagues. she says it's time to motivate our girls to help build our
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future. engineers make higher salaries and are changing and building our world. >> now, goalzy blocks is a book series ansa construction series combined. series and construction series combined. debbie is looking for investors to make her dream happen. she's turning to a website that is growing in popularity among investorsers, filmmakers, even video game designers. has raised millions of dollars in less than three years funding more than 30,000 creative projects. debbie and gemdy blocks only have -- goldie blocks only have 39 hours. her ultimate goal to see the toy in stores and more girls in college studying to be an engineer.
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it's a happy day for cube ans. their government announced -- cube ans today. the notice -- the islanders will now only have to show their passport and a visa from the country they are traveling to. they won't have to get the we -- have to get the required letters of invitation for the country they want to visit. and they won't have to pay an extra $150 -- >> that's a big deal. >> yes. a new push to loosen federal retrick -- push to loosen federal restrictions. -- federal restrictions on marijuana. dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding.
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erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. navaz hurd: a smaller class size. navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. prop 38 is an opportunity of a generation. fabulous but...when i add chicken, barbecue sauce... and cheese...and roll it up woo-wee! i've made a barbecue chicken crescent chow down.
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a new study says fat cells need a shut eye in order to function properly. the university of chicago says not getting enough rest can harm the fat cells leading to other serious health problems. researchers discovered that sleep deprivation can reduce the ability fat cells to respond to certain hormones like insulin which are needed for regulating energy storage and use and that can ultimately lead to type 2 diabetes.
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the federal court of appeals will hear about the fen its of medical marijuana. the group is challenging schedule 1's classification of marijuana. schedule 1 drugs are considered to have no accepted -- so have to -- to have no melt use. the oakland city council will hear from people who oppose the oakland safeway project. right now there is a single building on college avenue but the planning commission approved a project this last july voted to replace that store with a two-story building with several storefronts and underground parking. said marks seven months since sierra ma lawyer -- lamar
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disappeared. she vanished on her way to school. days later, her cell phone, purse and voting -- clothing were found near her home. investigators believe she's is dead and antolin garcia has been charged with her kidnapping and killing. tonight her parents and others were gather for a fund-raiser. a morgan hill -- morgan hill mom accused of using her 10-year-old to shoplift is due in court. she allegedly told her daughter to shoop lift but when her daughter was shopped by security, the mother drove off and left her child behind. she was arrested in nevada. she faces felony burglary charges. today is ticket tuesday day. one lucky viewer will win two front row sees to see wanda
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we had a warm morning. we'll have 70s and 80s today. we still have a west wind but it looks like that turns around for record highs. a cooldown starts on thursday. >> that's our report. >> be sure to watch the news at noon -- at noon for the search of a plane that -- plane that is missing in the half moon bay. we're always here for you at thank you for joining us. i moved to new york to work in fashion. so i had to look the part. t.j.maxx is such a great place they've got such great deals on all my favorite brands. fashion direct from designers. savings direct to you. t.j.maxx.
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